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ber, it W?s upo? 1h :
I *? I*? **43**?
ow giving the rall
: of trouble and to
ng: rides on the
kept busy at times,
drummer, who was
*v days ago brought
Kn that's worth the
when the trainmen
?night of the turn
In the rear car.
enalled to stop and
rently but firmly
As the train start
In took his seat in
?dging process was
tame effect several
old the tramp until
Jtion. Tlie plan
l faster than the
i that panting ofll
the rapidly moving
is serenely perched
ihouting to his em
man. if you expect
this train.' As the
?s not to throw the
:he cars are in mo
Ing to be done but
J to continue his
ere was an auction
;hina wares, feather
?e:.i, shaving mugs
igs belonging to a
ken up housekcep
e advertisement, l
All the ladies ,n
P, except four who
ave nome and one
Ing the ad. There
?dies who hovered
ds and poked holes
nd plaster paris
full well that they
; home already and
Ml over a vase or a
jt the awkward fel
i. through ;i room,
her married Indies,
jwho bought wagon
J) and crockery and
jer bowls and por
lurniture m store
J key in attic rooms
years, because tie
so cheap, don't you
bf these- Interested
-?as engaged by the
;?- who were buying
|, whose black hair
pe pale cheeks were
??'ere stiillcient in
'te her love for art
?iously defeated the
jectual looking girl,
byetous glances at
Ury old essays, the
jj- old writers of the
?turning the leaves
pines and gloating
zint her purse bad
he Intellectual loo
if the bidding, when
j'it.h florid complex?
's up 'ho books, she
Jr, "Isn't that aw.
is for you, Estelle?"
pstelle with evldeut
pose I've got any
ji home myself? I'll
jid she can take 'em
|ter, by yound lady.
Of Press. tf
:ruct a night class
[er rooms, No. 2601'.
S. A. M'CAIJ
art News witi
Ingers for Peters
and will lea.v?
arfolk every Tue?
iturday about t:Sf
,AY at 6^0 A. "M
Ine Bank Build
fefer? *- J- Taylor
?*y*a.: W. A. and
srfolk, Va., and
| J3TTHER SEX.
directly to the
f t. the disease, re
no change of
to two days.
jj,')0? Sold only
2716 Waiirngton Avenoe and 28th St.
oe?.?-? ?-??<s? An Event! Planned!
for, prepared for. Bet?
ter planned for, better]
prepared for than ever be
1'Ure. < hristmas stock'
bought, to be rightly sold.
Thestore decked in its I
brightest garb and wear?
ing its brightest smile bids
Details concerning this handsome
collection of Christmas merchandise are impossible. Only
a few hints, a few suggestions to emphasize the fact that
this store intends to move the record peg a notch higher
'twixt this ami Christmas. [N ow we invite you to come,
buy if yon arc ready (early holiday selections are always
satisfactory), if not ready to'buj, then you are equally
welcome to look, to price. t<> admire, to use the store as a
help towards a solution ef the great problem of what tol
vuo cm dial welcome.
An excellent line of suits made of VeinASan cloth und serges,
colors, green, navy, black, cadet blue, caslor and brown, made
double-breasted, tight Utting and hair-tit $ng tly front, Jackets,
all silk lined, fancy colors, skirts gored, tl tu need and "lined with
liercallne. These suits will cost you ./.
Both kinds are very much In evidence here Just now. There's
emphatic values among them; you should know about these
, and the more you know about them the more they'll be
Wool Waist, made of al 1 wool ladles' cloth, yoke back, plaited
front. In red, green, blue and black.
Plaid Wool Waists, made of handsome all wool plaid, trimmed
with three rows of narrow ribbon velvet, lined with percallne,
well made, tor .
different colors, also black and
Shirt Waist, made of black mohair, plaited front, yoke back..
Mohair Waist, plaited front, with red, white and blue; colors
navy and black .
Black Waists, made of handsome brllllantlne, yoke back, plait
ed front .
Silk, Satin and Taffeta Waists, handsome Satin Waists, tucked
front, lined throughout with percallne, colors, new blue, new red
new green, black and purple.
Silk Waist, made of shaded taffeta, tucked front, lined through?
out, with all the different shades and black taffeta silks.
Good Black Sateen Shirt Waist for
Good Black Satlne Shirt Waist, plaited front, for.
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Skirts.
Skirt made of Black Figured Mohair, ready-made skirts, velvet ?l 7^
bound, good lining . J)l
Skirt made of Black and Navy Blue Storm Serge, velvet bound, -l JQ
good lining and well made . " * '
A [;klrt*mttua of good Black Figured .Mohair, velvet bound. 1 0?.
good lining . I 70
Skirt ms.fi? of a handsome Black Creppone, good binding, good 9 QQ
lining: and well mada. 0 70
Skirt mado of a handsome Plain Black Satin Duchess, good 7 ^(V
lining tnd binding, well made, al! for . ? uv
Skirt made of a hanusome Brocade Silk, all patterns. In black, A ??
good lining and velvet bound, well made, for. ~* '
Special in all wool Blankets. 10-4 all wool Blankets, for pair,
Ladles' Shoes, button or lace $1 00
ladies' shoes, button or lace..$2 51
\..T^-,jfc?gfc>?|S Ladies' shoes, button or lace..
/St.-.' ;^r^^M^t^4y^ Misses' Shoes, button or lace..
Just two items of each, but stand out strong as bargains. Be
Inff bargains, you should know about them.
Chenille Portieres, 3 1-2 yards long, fringe top and bottom
plain centre, fancy borders top and bottom. Colors sapphire,
blue, cardinal, olive green, old gold. TheBe are a bargain for, per/'"". ??
pair.% 2 98
Stripe Bengoline Portieres, mixed stripe with red and green,'1'
fringe top and bottom. 3 1-2 yards long; something entirely new;
worth $1.00 per pair, for. n no
Brocaded Bengoline Port Ii res, fringe top and bottom, mixed col- L VM
ors. 3 1-2 yards long, worth $7.50, for. C QQ
Silk Damask Portieres, green and gold figures and the new ? "?
shade In plain green, heavy fringe top and bottom; these are hand- ft
some; worth $20.00; our price. u
Scotch Dace Curtains, S 1-2 yards long: worth 75 cents per-pair, ]2 5C
I.ace Curtains, handsome patterns, full length; worth $1.60 pel
Lace Curtains, full length, handsome patterns; worth $2.60 per ???
pair. i AO
Lace Curtains, full length, handsome patterns; wertb $3.0* psr . .
pair.???. $1 "5
We have closed out a big lot of Ladies' T-ilor
Made Suite, Capes and Furs at less than the manufactur?
er's cost. The suits will be sold at prices less than we
will be able to sell you the material, and the Capes and
Furs less than they were ever known to be sold.
Twelve very fine all wool cloth, tailor
made costumes, full skirts. In blue and
brown: sizes from 32 to 40. These
suits are sold all over the town for $10.
Our price, as long as they last.
Twelve extra quality of all wool Vene?
tian cloth, tailor made, suits; they have
full flounced skirts, and are offered in
I the new shades of cadet blue. Havana
i brown, navy and black. If there Is any
\ suit In town like it at the price, then we
haven't heard of it. Hut we do kno
that many and many are asking you
all of $15 for garments that are as near
them as one hand Is like another.
I Our price.
Black beaver coats, valued at $8.00;
half lined with silk. In all sizes. Special
strakan capes that are valued at
|$3.98. edged with Thibet around front
ind collar. Our price.
Plush capes, edged around collar and
j front with Thibet fur, beaded ;
) braided; a regular $5.00 cape. Our price
Plush cape. 2" Inches long, edged with
n extra quality fur. handsomely bead
|ed; a regular $10.00 cape. Our price,
Plush cape. 30 Inches long, trimmed
I wtlh bear fur; a regular $12.00 cape.
One lot of cloth
plaited In back, th
Black kersey cloth coats; valued at |
$9.00: lined all through with silk.
One lot of sample coats, In plain I
black cloth, Astrachan boucle, only
n all. and one of a kind. These coats ]
urc worth $5.00 to $8.50. Your choice of |
Three fur capes that we have sold for
$5.00 that we bought with these
goods. You can get them for
?apes, plain and
$3.00 kind. Our
$5.00 black beaver co
that no one ever had
I sizes. Special price,
lifore, in all
3. ) 3
Fur Boa that every one sells for $5.98
to $7.50. You can get them for a spe?
Tan fur capes, with back of collar
black fur; a regular $8.00 cape. Our
A few skirts at special low prices:
An all wool broad cloth skirt, in black
and blue, lined with the best of lining,
and with a double row of stitching on
seams; a regular $6.00 skirt for
An extra quality of black Siellllan
skirts, our regular $5.98 number; we
have more than we care to have Just
now and you can get them, as lonir as
they '.act, at the low price of
2?>10 Washington Ave,
ft Christmas or New year's Suit
Is probably the treat you've intended for yourself. Ix
so we have them. At right prices for right cp.iali.ties.
75 Five Dollars and Seventy-five cents will buy a
?* ' ' good ot^^^fiit in dark, gray and drab.
$6.00. Six Dfc- s'lJ1 bu? 1111 a11 w?o1 black or blue Che_
viot sn^ ..'
^l) QQ Nine Dollars will buy a fine Worsted suit,
$10 80, Ten Dollars and Eighty Cents will buy a fine Im
' ' ported Clay suit; round or square sack, or cut?
MEfs'S OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT
""?n In the preparation of the Holiday season's demand in this depar
ment great care has doininateel the selection of the goods, so that only the
flue classes of merchandise and those of approved merit are pie^ented.
Our invariable low prices will prevail.
Men s holiday Neckwear, in pufTs. imperials, tecks, bows, four-in-hands,
etc. Silk Mispenders. Silk and Linen handkerchiefs. Pajamas, Dress
Shirts, colored or white. Men's Silk Umbrellas, Drees Gloves in the new
shades. Hack, Tan and Fancy Hosiery. Muffler'.
^fTSpecial attention is culled to our stock of well selected Holiday Jew e'ry.
All goods bought now will be laid aside to be delivered Christmas.
Reliable Clothing House
^271-4- Washington Avenue,
you want a building
Buv it of the
Lots for sale on easy terms in all sections of the
Finely located business, lots on Washington Ave.
Farms lor sale or rent in Elizabeth C'ty, War?
wick and York Counties.
Old IDominion L>and Company?
ROOM NO. 11.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M.
**** **************** **** **** **** **** ********* ?*#* ****
JWashington avenue and Twenty-eighth street, over Ideal Pharmacy.
Office Hours. 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays 9 A. M. to 12 M.
!Open Evenings 7 to 8.
VITALIZED AIR FOR PAINLESS EXTRACTING.
? GOOD SF.T.TCTTtl.5 DOLLARS
? BEST SF.T. I rr IH.8 DOLLARS
2 PARTIAL SETS .I LL I 1 I.IN PROPORTION
5 No charge for extracting when teeth are ordered.
? Extracting .25c
* Painless extracting with local anasthetlc.'.6Q.C
JJ Silver filling.50c. up
f Gold .$1.00 up
i Teeth Cleaned.75c
jf Bridge work and crowns, 22 karat gold, $6 per tooth.
8 ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
***^*?*i ************5 ***************?*^*************
Our surpreme bargain power may be im
itated, but never equalled. Here you always find
the most reliable Shoes, Hats and Furnishings of
tn? best makes, united with under prices so far
below others that it's always a complete eclipse
of all rivalry. ^
Where will you find offerings to %
parallel these ? ^
Misses' Genuine Dongola. Solid
Putent Leather Tip; Spring
Heel; button and laee shoes.
Regular value, $1.50.
Ladies' Viel Kid, hand turned;
laee and button, in all the lead,
Regular price, $2.00
Ladies' Imported Vtci Kid, hand
sewed; very soft and flexible; In
lace or button.
Hegular value, $3.00.
Indies' Viel Kid. hand sewed
silk fitted, in all the latest styles,
in lace and button.
Regular value, $4.00.
Men's Satin Calf, heavy sole,
lace and Congress, In Bull Dog
and all the latest lasts.
Regular value, $2.25.
Men's Tan Russia Calf, heavy
soles, made with cut side back:
stay. In Bull Dog and all the lat?
est toes. _id
Regular value, ?3.00.
Men's hand sewed Tan and Bos
Calf, heavy soles, in all the lat?
Regular value, $4.00.
Men's hand sewed Patent
Leather Shoes. Every pair
guaranteed not to break. In all
style Toes. ?
290G Wasnington Ave., Newport News, Va.
the five hundred sterling
souvenirs. So are gone a
good many bargains which the people saw and
could not resist the tempting prices^
still a fine assortment of
snoods left, consisting of
Watches, Sterling Silverware, Clocks and Cut
Glass. Every piece a bargain at the price we
a fine assortment
of Diamond Kings
from $5 to $75. We also have other rings set
with various kinds of precious stones.
We are daily receiving fresh consignments
of goods to keep up the rapid depletion of our
assort in en t. Please call and make your choice.
We will be pleased to put aside for you any?
thing you will select.
i<?hfield & Co? 1
Watchmakers1 and tlewelerst
2819 Washinqton ftvenus, Between 28th and 29th St
[JggpFine repairinga Specialty.
Schmelz Brothers, Bankers,.
! NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
Offt?r~ Their Customers Every Accommoda.
tlon Con3!stent \AJ Itp? Safe Banking.
Accounts of Individuals, firms and cor porations solicited.- Collections made
on all parts of the country. Foreign drafts issued on all parts of the world.
IN OUR DIME SAVING DEPARTMENT
I Deposits received from 10 cents to $5,000. and interest allowed at the rate
FOUR PER CENT. PER ANNUM. v- >
SAFETY DEPOSIT BO-X.ES FOR REIN TT.
Only Safety Boxes In the City Secured by Tlma lock.
W. A. Post, President; J. R. Swinerton, Vice-Preaident; J. A. WllleU, Cashier.
F^it-st National ' Bank
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUSS 30 00ro
W. A. Post, J. R. Swinerton, M. B. Crowell, M. V. Doughty,
R. G. Blckford. C. B. Orcutt, I, Eugene White. J. A. Wlllett.
Accounts of banks, corporations, mere hants, individuals and Arms invited.
We offer depositors every accommodation which their balances, business and
responsibility warrant. Sell our own drafts drawn on all principal cities of
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
G. B. West, President; D. S. Jones, Vice-Presldent; W. B. Vest, Cashier. -
Citizens and Marine Bank
OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
CAPITAL $50,000. SUKPLUS $IS.Ot O.
PAID IN DIVIDENDS. $15,500.
A general banking business. Every facility offered for safe and prompt
transaction of business on favorable terms. The accounts of corporations,
firms and individuals solicited. Special attention given to collections. DYafta
drawn all parts of the world.
SPECIAL SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS OF $1 AND UPWARD.
G B. West, H. E. Parker, T. M. Benson, J. B. Jenninga, TU P. Stearnes,
E T. Ivy, D. S. Jones A. C. Garrett, J. M. Curtis.